A Swiss brass striking and alarm Capucine travel clock, circa 1810.
The 9.5-cm enamel dial has Roman numerals and red quarter marking. The Breguet hands and alarm pointer are made of blued steel. The dial is surrounded by a thin engraved bezel.
The plated movement is driven by two spring barrels and has eight day duration. It is being regulated by anchor escapement and a silk suspended pendulum. The clock has half hour rack Morbier striking on a bell. By tripping the little hook on the side of the case, the clock will repeat the hour that has struck. Besides that, the movement has an alarm with a pull wind auxiliary spring.
The rectangular brass case is surmounted by a bell with a handle and four corner urn finials. there are doors to the sides and back. The whole is raised on toupee feet.